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"Our News Watch continues late on a Sunday night covered. California has issued a last minute deadline extension for people in California to sign up for health insurance. King. CBS reporter Matt Boone tells US leaders of the program are concerned there are many eligible people who still haven't signed up. According to Peter Lee, the executive director of covered California. There are more than 1.2 million Californians that air uninsured right now, but could be eligible if they signed up. Many of those people just don't know how much financial they could get. The decision to extend the deadline comes amid a surge of new coronavirus cases and ICUs across the state filling up historic Like there's enough stresses Californians have without thinking Might I go a month without health insurance in the Bay Area alone? There are 122,000 uninsured people eligible for financial help through covered California, Lee says. While those eligible for medical can get it if they're admitted to the hospital, uninsured people with middle incomes can be put in tough financial situations. You could walk out literally always fixed. $1000. That's what the average ICU State and account for the hospitalists for treating Colbert. The deadline has been extended from December. 15th 2 December 30th his message go to their website to check your eligibility as soon as possible. Matt Boone KCBS. It's being called The Fauci Effect. KCBS is Melissa Cole Ross says the cove in 19 crisis is inspiring legions of people to become doctors. Not only has the pandemic shown future doctor Said nurses what an impact they can have. But U C. Davis School of Medicine dean of admissions Mark Henderson says the influence of Dr Anthony Fauci, who's become a household name this year. Likely has contributed to a significant increase in med school applications, his expertise as well as his grace and calm delivery, making things simple and trying to keep reiterate the important messages that are Society needs to hear about protecting themselves and others. Henderson does note that medical school applicants were hardly in short supply before the pandemic over the past two decades, the organization that oversees medical schools called the Association American Medical Colleges, has called for an increase in medical school size to meet the demand. So over that period of time, medical schools have increased inside. But he says he's never seen a spike in application numbers like the one happening this year. U C. Davis alone they're up. 40% Melissa call Ross Case CBS Sports In 60 seconds She sleeps hot. Even when the weather outside is.
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"Know, a different a recreation of what we have up. And so it looks good. It's just, you know, it's different. That's all. 11 year old Zoe Dulcinea summed it up this way. We got Grinch in Santa Rosa Jeffrey Shop, KCBS. McKay, CBS News Time at 9 11 is the covert 19 crisis inspiring legions of folks to become doctors. Casey, this is Miss Nicole Ross reports. If this year's application numbers of the countries that medical schools are any indication, the answer is definitely, yes. Not only has the pandemic shown future doctors and nurses what an impact they can have But U C. Davis School of Medicine dean of admissions Mark Henderson says the influence of Dr Anthony Fauci, who's become a household name this year likely has contributed to a significant increase in med school applications. His expertise The well is his grace and calm delivery, making things simple and trying to keep reiterate the important messages that our society needs to hear about protecting themselves and others. Henderson does note that medical school applicants were hardly in short supply before the pandemic over the past two decades. The organization that oversees medical schools called the Association. American Medical colleges, has called for an increase in medical school size to meet the demand. So over that period of time, medical schools have increased inside. But he says he's never seen a spike in application numbers like the one happening this year at U. C. Davis alone. They're up 40%. Alice to.
"association american medical colleges" Discussed on KCBS All News
"I'm Steve Futterman, CBS News 605 of the Bay Area's new station. KCBS Clouds Tonight maybe an isolated shower Sunshine inland tomorrow. I'm Dan Mitchinson a dramatic rescue this evening, the San Francisco surfer who would become unconscious. This happened here four point or a body board ran into Iraq and submerged underwater. Jonathan Baxter is with the San Francisco Fire Department to local surfers, one of which is an off duty paramedic for King America Ambulance Service here in San Francisco. Affected their heroic rescue in the danger zone area, putting their lives at risk to rescue this individual surfers administered CPR and the water. That person was in handed two paramedics surfer was transported the hospital with shock trauma. As the first shipment of covert 19 vaccines have shipped out. There are still plenty of questions tonight. KCBS is Jennifer Hodges has more on the logistics, the vaccine doses air traveling by plane and trucks. We've been preparing for this for Ah, long time. Dr George Rutherford is director of prevention and Public health, a UCSF. They've been gearing up for the vaccines arrival. Like many major research universities, we have a lot of freezer capacity, and it may just be a question of bringing some or online And while doctors and nurses who deal with covert patient Will be vaccinated. First, they won't be the only ones that's the people clean the rooms and the food service People who come in and people who do transportation every anybody could come into contact with the patient. We will start with vaccinating all eyes are on the rollout. But General Gaspar Noe says he's prepared for hiccups. Putting half a million doses aside the white thing something is gonna occur. I do Hence the reason why I maintain some reserve stock so I could adjust and adapt and make sure the American people have access to the vaccine immediately. Jennifer Hodges, KCBS Is the Copa 19 crisis inspiring legions of people to become doctors. KCBS is Melissa called Ross reports. If this year's application numbers and the country's medical schools are any indication, the answer is yes. Not only has the pandemic shown future doctors and nurses what an impact they can have. But U. C. Davis School of Medicine, dean of admissions Mark Henderson says the influence of Dr Anthony Fauci, who's become a household name this year. Likely has contributed to a significant increase in med school applications, his expertise as well as his grace and calm delivery, making things simple and trying to keep reiterate the important messages that are Society needs to hear about protecting themselves and others. Henderson does note that medical school applicants were hardly in short supply before the pandemic over the past two decades, the organization that oversees medical schools call the association. American Medical Colleges, has called for an increase in medical school size to meet the demands. So over that period of time, medical schools have increased inside. But he says he's never seen a spike in application numbers like the one happening this year. U C. Davis alone they're up. 40% Melissa call Ross CASE CBS just ahead on KCBS. I'm MAD Boone, California is on track for a major marijuana milestone how the pandemic has fueled a cannabis buying boom. Six away traffic.
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"13th 2020, coming up on KCBS and increase in medical school applications may have something to do with the cove in 19 pandemic and one of the faces of this country's response. And the state is looking to ramp up regular testing of frontline health care workers. Good afternoon. I'm Melissa Call Ross Case. CBS News time 1 31. Well, it's true medical schools are seeing an increase in applications this year at U. C. Davis. Applications are up 40%. So for more on this story, we're joined now on the case, CBS Ring Central News Line died out by rather Dr Mark Henderson. Dean of admissions at the UC Davis School of Medicine. Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us. How much do you think the pandemic factors into this increasing applications? Well, thanks for the opportunity. Melissa. It's It's certainly been a factor. Um, I think in a number of ways, principally the impact and the example of better Crouchy is one potential explanation. Aziz. He and others have been in the news really at the front end of Trying to make headway for in this pandemic. I think it's also shown potential students. What what a noble and impactful profession medicine can be in times like these. Um, it's been quite inspiring. However, As you said, we've seen over a 40% increase in applications to our school. I think nationally, the number has increased by about 18%. What is it? Do you think about Dr Anthony Fauci in particular that is inspiring potentially people to apply to medical school. Sure, you know, I think that as a Z everyone knows he's been really a voice of. I'll say it's scientific reason and voice of calm. And there seems to be a lot of distraction and maybe noise around issues of science and health and particularly public health, So I think it's his expertise as well as his grace and calm. Delivery, making things simple and trying to keep reiterate the important messages that our society needs to hear about protecting themselves and others. Are there, general just sort of regular fluctuations in application numbers to medical school. And have you ever seen an increased this big in one year? Great question. I mean, I should put this in context over the last two decades. The organization that Eyes overseas medical schools called the American Medical Excuse. Excuse me Association, American medical colleges that's called for an increase in Medical school size to meet the demand. So over those that period of time, medical schools have increased in size. Um over the past 20 years, But we've never seen a single year increase quite like this. I do I do recall after the recession in 2008. It was quite a big increase of similar magnitude. Maybe not quite aside, which is something that other professional schools sometimes observed in times of economic hardship. During the application process are people talking about what they might want to specialize in? More to the point our people, our applicants talking about public health or infectious diseases in particular. Great question. And the answer is, yes, although it really depends on the school at U. C. Davis. We tend Tolo recruit a bit of a different kind of student in that we have a number of programs focused on the health of Communities that are underserved or marginalized. And so we tend to attach a value to students who have a connection to those communities. So many of them are from disadvantaged backgrounds. Last year, I think about well 42% of our students were the first in the family to attend college so Tends to be really a group of students who has a profound connection to communities that have suffered on and those you know, As you know, disparities have been really Laid bare by covert 19. So I do think there's ah, really an inspiration of certain students that come from those backgrounds to want to apply to a school like U. C. Davis. And in the last few seconds we have left has medical school changed over the last year because of the pandemic. Absolutely most. So we've had to move a lot of our Medical school courses online, and we even had to remove students from their clinical rotations due to the risk of infection to them, and because we wanted to slow down the pandemic now, hopefully we're getting them. Actually, we recently brought them back into our hospital environment so that they can help out. And to the extent that they want to be involved, and they're very energized and again committed to wanting to be part of the solution to this pandemic. All right, Well, we thank you so much for.
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Dave, how are you? I'm doing great. Thank you for protecting. My call my pleasure day. What's on your mind? I wanted to point out, sir that I believe you make your one allowable mistake for the year just a little while ago. When you said that you didn't believe that any everybody coming across the border was a right. The store a murderer or criminal, and I like to say that just by virtue of coming across that border illegally makes them a criminal will I know that? But I don't think everybody's rapist or a murderer row MS thirteen gang member. But yeah, they all have broken the law, and if they've broken the law, they should not get not one benefit from this country. Bingo, bingo was his name. Oh, absolutely. They should not. I mean there there are ways to come in here. The right. You can come through the ports of entry and declare that you want asylum, and then they have to process you. So when you come across illegally, you should just be thrown out. I'm sorry. You came in the wrong way. Exactly. And if they're coming across out in the wide open. There's a reason for it. And it's I don't want to get caught. That's exactly right. Exactly. Right. Why people don't understand this? And just simply get the wall up. I understand that they want the damn votes. But something's gotta give. Yeah. I'm with you. I'm with you. Appreciate it very much, Dave. Yeah. So I still retain my record is being one hundred percent. Correct. John. Jonathan you would be up next Jonathan what's up. Love the show all the work year. And I just listened to your segment how your last bit before the break he talked about how this AFC ladies here healthcare to everybody. And that's a common thing we've heard for liberals and communists in the past. But you know, it's just not practical. I was reading an article recently talked about the American Association American Medical colleges projects by the twenty thirty. There's gonna be a doctor shortage between forty six two hundred twenty thousand doctors, and that's just with our cur health policy. Now, imagine throwing three hundred thirty million people under the umbrella, healthcare and see how much of a doctor shortage just to be re people won't be able to see their physician at all. And so I just thought that the point you made it a pass nuts really wanted to underscore that number. You know, you know, how much that after shortage is going to increase. She's gonna ruin it. She's just interfering with that whole demand and supply side of our capitalism. So yeah, exactly. Well, that's and people don't understand doctors know, this that they're not going to work as a as a heart surgeon for fifty thousand dollars a year. He's not going to do it. And I'm not saying, you're. That's right. That's right. We're here swearing is is dated tires sixty dollars. He wanted to be comfortable. What are you? What are you shipping artery? So that's right. Dot com. Thank you, sir. Thank you. Appreciate it. Here's the let me go back to this piece. We were talking about this is from Washington Examiner about how much of the green new deal Medicare for all. We're up to right now. About seven or eight trillion dollars United stand that the entire budget is four almost went into the Al Gore, laughing condescending thing, I'm sorry. The entire budget his four trillion I mean, so they're they're already talking about seven trillion dollars a year to spend on this happy horse dung, and we all we got his. I mean, all we got for the entire all we got coming into the coffers this four trillion, and they're already up to seven trillion spending on this stuff. But no way there's more. There's the free college plan backed by burn me, Kamala. And of course, Senator Elizabeth Warren that would cost taxpayers forty seven billion dollars a year forty seven billion or half trillion dollars per decade. Warren wants a wealth tax on those who whose assets are more than fifty million. It would raise two point seven five trillion over ten years or about one sixteenth of Medicare for all Alexandra Cossio Cortes wants to raise the top marginal income tax rate. The seventy percent the conservative tax foundation estimates that it would accrue nearly three hundred billion dollars in a decade says thirty billion dollars a year. And liberal economists at the Washington Post place, the number closer to seven hundred billion dollars per decade. But that's only seventy billion a year. But even the post estimation ocasio Cortez's tax would only pay for roughly two percent of Medicare for all. So where do we get the rest of the ninety eight percent? Like, I don't know like more tippy toppers..
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"Country i love that i rooted for that i thought to be the greatest country in the world and my family paid taxes for services that i would never be eligible for their i was serving a country that didn't even value me as a human being all because i didn't have a piece of paper and yet after all that i've been through it after all that this country is said about me i still call it my heart my passion in my home close to seventy dreamers or enrolling medical schools i've mentioned loyal there are others i thank them all for giving me as young people in chance if dhaka goes away and is replaced by congress they can't become doctors they'll be deported back to the countries in many situations where they have haven't live since they were babies well we developed countries on a patel is asked to leave we'd be a stronger nation would chicago would springfield would illinois be better of course not the association of american medical colleges reports the nation's doctor shortage is going to get worse because a lot of boomers and others are getting older and need help we need more doctors and we need goodwin's goodwin's like sony patel promises to be both the ama in the association american medical colleges of warned that ending dako will make the physician search shortage in america wars and they've urged congress to do something about it from the senate floor earlier today illinois senator dick durban and this note about iceland it has now become the first country in the world to make it illegal to pay men more than women in a that small scandinavian country of just over three hundred thousand residents firms that employ more than twenty five people must now obtain a government certificate demonstrating pay equality and a new rules the kicked in on january the first those who fail to show equality will face penalties from the government of iceland baby boomers those born between post world war two through the mid 1960s are set to be.